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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/30 15:50:57 (permalink)
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Dr nick lol it may as well be!
 
why is he charging you £19 a month and then you have to go get everything else yourself? 
 
i pay one prescription for 3 months



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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/30 18:48:48 (permalink)
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Dr nick lol it may as well be!
 
why is he charging you £19 a month and then you have to go get everything else yourself? 
 
i pay one prescription for 3 months


He wrote me a Private prescription Then I go get that my self from super drug

£19 includes face to face yearly check and also blood test reviews and Ovs scrips for true test and adrimdeex and hcg what dr you would?
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/05/13 13:07:52 (permalink)
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Long time guys! So I have just changed over to testostrone enathate and first injection today and wow! The oil alone is amazing! Aspirating Is so easy and feels like water!
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/05/13 15:45:33 (permalink)
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Sorry this is a bit off topic but relevant to your post at the same time, I'm from uk too and have started developing gyno it's becoming noticeable a lot more on one side than the other, is this something I can get (surgery wise) through the NHS or not? Would I tell the doctor I did test? Any help would be appreciated :)
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/05/13 17:49:07 (permalink)
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Hi Maxwell, There's no chance of getting it through the NHS unfortunately. Also telling the doctor you've done steroids is never a good idea IMO.
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/05/13 17:51:24 (permalink)
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Have you tried using tamoxifen to clear it up? This has a good record of getting rid of gyno as long as the lumps/puffiness are new and haven't been there a while. Unfortunately even with this, after you drop the tamoxifen the gyno can sometimes just come back again and quite quickly.
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